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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta fNlHY, AUGUST 9, 191S TJIfi MOT HB RIDGE D A (I, Y PAGE FIVE CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Special Bargains all this Week in Summer Merchandise tiiat Yoo Need flight Kow! of n quarter to a tliird, and in some cases its much iis fully half regular value, for the final dcarauco ol! all summer stocks. 15c and 20c Embroideries All (his week ____ gc 50 and GOc Corset Embroidery All this week... 25C Brassieres, on sale A 11 this week... 65C and Brassieres All this week 50o Children's Union Suits Ail this week... to Bedspreads All week... 2Q% olT Wash Voiles and Crepes All this week. -48c 20c Apron Ginghams All this week. 35c Heavy Turkish Towels All this week... Full Bleached Damask All this week... 65 C to Wash ui eases All this week y2 Whitewcar Sale, any garment All week...20% 65c and 75c Union Suits AH this week.. -43c 50c and 60c Lisle Hose A11 this week... 33 c Heavy Silk Gloves All this week... 65c Long Silk Gloves 25c Wide Taffeta Ribbon All this wcek...15c 30 and 35c Children's Underwear All this week... and Corsets on sale All this week S1.18 and Corsets on sale All this week and Corsets on sale All this week and Corsets on sale All (his week and Sunshades All this week and Waists on sale All this week...43c AJI this week... A LL chewing-gum is at sword's points with the thermometer. Up north the cool, crisp days, and down south the extreme heat try in different ways to urge gum into a crumbly condition. But no matter when or where you buy Sterling Gum you will find it crurnble- proof. You will find that each stick quickly becomes a velvet-bodied confection. So you will always find real enjoyment in Sterling Gum while hunting for that 7th point. Sterling G Company of Canada, Limited PERPEBMtNT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS The Rocky Mountains Sanatorium Hotel Frank, Alberta Under New Management, Up-to-Date in Every Famous for iti Hot Sulphur Bathi. AMERICAN PLAN. Rates Per Day and Rates to Boarders by Week or Beautiful Best of Trout Fishing. HARRY N.ROSE, Manajer. Lethbridge Men Can Insure Printed Matter Not Against Fire, but against MISFIRE Insurance is yours always Without Cost When Your Printing is done by ru i ne The Lethbridge Herald Job Dept. FRED T. ROBINS, Supt. TE1.EP.HONE MS Mr. C. Tahilcr. of Talicr, was wcpk-rnil visitor in the city. f The members of thc Aquatic club j arc linking big preparations foe thuir j "clean-up" party tomorrow. The J men arc asked to go out UK soon at'-! tcr four as possible ami supper will In1 served shortly after six. Thc iad- ic.s arc asked to bring sandwiches and rake ami to bring an extra portion lot tbc lonely bachelor. Thc club are I providing tea, sugar, cream, ice, 'en-am, lemonade and the necessary} crockery. Don- Kentvillr, S., Aug. thr Mrs. Ainsioc, of Carma war contracts commission, .inilcr Sir visiting her dattghier, Mrs, Charlr.s Davkl.snn, ils scs.sion j here yesterday K louml that, four j Meredith of LethbridRe, of tlic more important vv it nesses '.vcre vtsiUitg her sister, .Mrs. 0. K. Drake absent.'Yesterday's session was the "alala, Montana, (irst in Kentville, and like those at Mrs It. S. Smith and Mrs. llazell were the hostesses of a very enjoy- able tea on Saturday afternoon and ai. Glenelg Tower, in aid levelling at. vnencig MI m.. j the I. 0. K. anil Red Cross, and j Summerside, Charlotu-town, Mont- j a icw days in i wjth tor. and Dorcncstcr was in connec- j city. The hostesses jn (hc room frcm a SB-eet ice cream bcins served on the shady ol I verandah which was elaborately de- patriotic em- tion with ths purchasing of horses and deals in the Maritime provinces. II. Sangster of Windsor, pre- j sented an application to appear on j behalf of Mr. A. dc Witt Foster, cx- M.P. who had the eoniract for horse I purchases in King's eonnty and it was granted. .Mr. Thompson, counsel for the com- mission, said tiiat two purchasing agents oi Mr. Kostr-r, and also Ihe j two vcterinarics who passed upon horses he- art- not available for evidence. Sir Charles Davidson, who was present in the court, the im- portance to the former member of were assisted tto i Mr. J. R. Palmer left this morn-! iliS High River, to attend court j Licut. Page, of San-re Camp, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Page. Mr. -John Hyman, of Calgary, anil Mr. George Ingram of Sundial, Now York, Aug. will send fresh troops to either France or to the Dardanelles within the next three uceks according to tain Victoria Del Francis of the Jtal- who arrived today on the were sold for the Tobacco Fund, I from a table artistically decorated Swiih a Union Jack of sweet peas; S5.40 was the splendid Bum j for this good cause. and Mrs. J. Aird. REV. J. SCRIMGER DEAD Montreal, Que., Aug. Prin- cipal John scrimiver of .Montreal no ima Presbyterian College is dead. A tel- Ut'-rnooti lor uaiearv she will j egram was received, this morning, by iliend i two w-ecks' holidav I Rev. W. R. Cruiksbank, from Bic. QUe., where Principal Scrimger had Mrs J. A. Jackson and children spending a vacation, that ho turned on Saturday from a vacation died this morning. No details have on haturuav irom a vacation men mis HIUI parliament of .securing the. evident-of G L k' ponokil. I been received. Oii-ort Mpscrs Dnmr nc "-1- I steamer Duca A'Osta. "There were troops in Turin when I left, said Captain Del Francis, "and 000 more in Taranto, the naval base. Between 150 and 200 large trans-: ports were ready to convey the troops to where they are most need- ed." these witnesses. Messrs. Douglas Woodworih Keever, the j two agenus referred to, are in the United States at the present time. Dr. Chipman. one of the vcterinar- ies who participated in the purchase of the horses, is said to be in a san- itarium in the United States "in an idvanced stage of tuberculosis." Another Disappears Dr. Wood, another veterinary, left Nova Scotia shortly after the pur- chases were made, and went to Lon- don, Ont., his home. Efforts made by CARRANZA COMES DOWN Washington, D.C., Aug. be- half of Carranxa, a formal brief on the Mexican situation was filed today, practically asking for political recog- nition, and proposing Carranza's Washington agents meet any of the other factions in a peace conference. Mr. Thompson to at his home failed. "He also said Mr. Thomiison. Sir Charles David sou said that lie in tiers tood that two of the missing witnesses were in possession of re- ceipts. Mr. Sangster replied thai a'll the receipts which Woodworth had jre now in .Mr. Foster's hands. As for Keever's receipts he said that he had lost. them. Sir Charles said: "It was of vital importance to have those witnesses.'' "Why don't they come asked. "Why not telegraph "We'll do anything your lordship responded Mr. Sangster. The only witness examined was ITajor Walter Grove of re- garding purchase of horses last Aug- ust. Major Crowe was on his "way to Kingston for training, and had thought it necessary to testify befo Miss Collins left on Saturday for Pinchcr Creek, where she will spend the next two weeks. Mrs. D. T. Striteholi and wee daughter, who has been visiting Mrs. (.'has. Manly, for the past week, has returned to" her home at Granum. Miss Price and Miss Vera Under- wood were the hostesses of the tea j at Hi Augustin's tennis court-, on Saturday. j Corpora! Lock wood Haight. of the 13th C.M.R. at Sarcce ight. of Camp, the commission in of the ru- FEEIATTRnVERS Travers, Alta., Aug. wea- ther for ripening graiu. Thurston Gartis just came down from Calgary, whore he has been working, and lie says the crops around here are away ahead of any- thing he saw en route. Binder twine is arriving in car loads. A large amount of lumber is be- ing sold just now for building gran- erics. The Farmers' Elevator is now com- plete, and wo hope it will have a bet- ter fate than the one bui.t on the same site "ast year. Mrs. Chinlster is bji.ld.ing a new house on Main sti'eet, JS. A. .Tones made a business trip to Carmangay last Vern Davis is going to buy grain at the Home' jijevator here. N'iclt Seims has gone to North Dakota, where ho has purchased a threshing rig. -Miss Ruth Greenman has gone to Carmangay to visit her sister Hazel for a couple of weeks. Several new threshing outfits have been bought here lately. Among the purchasers are Carman Jacobson, Mr. Murphy, Mr. Banister and Mr. Pel- cher. Samples of wheat and oals shown hero measure, from five to six feet In. height, aMl aro still growing. mors which had been spread in Cape Breton regarding: his horse transac- tions. He produced 'documents and made statements to show that all his transactions were above board. The Royal Commission will be re- sumed Monday morning. LIBRARY NOT SAVED Petrograd, via London, Aug. is learned that the mag- nificent lihrary of the Univer- sity of Warsaw could not be removed in time to prevent its falling into the hands of the Germans. will venture to say that this is the best crop-growing district in South- ern Alberta, Miss lla Snyder has accepted po- sition in Knutson's sioro at Knchant. Miss Anna Howg has also gone to Enchant to work, lor Bert Dunn's folks. We tinders land that ,1 new general store wil'i start in Travers very soon, also a millinery establishment is about to commence operations. is sure growing. Our OPPOSE CALLING UP OF HUN LANDSTURM Zurich, Aug. T. According to pri- vate roports from Berlin, thc calling up of the untrained landsturm, be- tween the ages of 41i and 45 in vari- ous towns, generally is meeting with vigorous opposition p" the part of manufacturers who have held several conferences with, military authori- ties. intil now these classes have been only called from the rural dis- tricts, spending a few days' leave with'his brother', Mr. II. Haight. Miss Margaret Robinson, of Toron- to, arrives this afternoon to he the guest oE her aunt, Mrs. N. T. Mac- lead. Supt. Pennciather, accompanied, by Mrs. and Miss Pennefalheu, motored to Maclcod on Saturday to attend the senii-final cricket match, between Lethbridge and Macleod. St. Mary's Men's Society ing an ice cream social in the Parish Hall on Tuesday, Aug. 10th at 8 p. m, Everybody welcome. Mrs. Hamilton Mewburn and Miss Helen Mewhnrn left Calgary on Sat- i urday for Toronto, where they will' spend the next two months. A. E. Tolton and bride of Tabcr, were in the city.today en route home -LT spending their honeymoon Thc sections of thc Wesley 'Ladies' Aid under Mrs. Fetlerly and Mrs. Slacoy will meet for sewing in the Red "Cross rooms tomorrow after- noon. A meeting of the Young Ladies' i class of Wesley church is called for tomorrow evening in the class room, j All members and especially the offic- j ers arc toquest-ed to he present-, as important business will be discussed. All women of the city are invited, to attend a meeting ol the Wo- men's department of the Red Cross society at the home of Mrs. Reeve, 4th Avc. S. this evening at eight' Two gas plates have been installed in the diet kitchen of thc Gait Hos- pital, for the comfort of thc patients, by the committee in charge'of the Trust Fund of the Ladies' Aid of the Gait hospital. The beautiful -gardens of Mrs. K. Higinbotnam will be thrown open to thc; public on Thursday when a high lea will be served from 5.30 to 7, thc; proceeds being tor l-ho Nursing Mission and St. Women's1 Many a Business Man wlio is tarefuV'ltf protect Mmself in money matters, .is careless most valuable asset. For many, tea or cofl'ee drinking silently under- mines health, because each cup contains from to 3 grains of the cumulative, harmful drug, caffeine. i Five to six.grains of caffeine will kill-a rabbit or a cat, and repeated'daily will cripple a man. How cripple a -man? Thc caffeine, little by little, causes'hardening of "Ihe arteries and premature old age, showing more in some than in others. Some of the symptoms of caffeine 1 poisoning are headache, nervousness, biliousness, heart: flutter, sleep- lessness at night, and "fag" after reaction.tof! the drug in the daytime. The way to avoid all tea and coffee'.troubles is to leave, both tea and coffee alone and use Instant Postum v pure food-drink. There's no caffeine- nor any other harmful sub- stance in Postum. Made from "prime wreat, roasted with a bit of wholesome molasses, it contains all goodness of the grains, and is nourishing, economical and delicious. There's no "fag" in Postum, and "There's a Reason" by Grocers. Ganadiim Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. ;